Planning a trip to China? Well, lucky for you, everything is pretty easily accessible in China thanks to Taobao (the Amazon of China). However, there are still certain things that you might need during your trip that won’t be easy to find at a local store. Here’s a list of things to pack on your next trip to China.
Everything about traveling to China
Have a trip to China coming up or just want to know more about this great country? Check out some of my blog posts to help you plan your next trip. If you have any questions, always feel free to send me a message or leave me a comment.
Chained to two flimsy harnesses against the mountain wall while balancing on a 7-inch wooden plank 7,000 feet up in the mountains. What I just described to you is the accelerating experience of climbing “China’s most dangerous hiking trail”- Huashan (Mount Hua). Famous for its stunning sunrise/sunset and the challenging hike for adventure lovers, Huashan is a famous mountain and hiking course for both locals and tourists.
If you travel like me and want to see as much as you can even if it’s a short layover or stopover, here’s a quick guide to Nanjing in 24 hours. When I traveled to Shanghai last weekend, I decided to book a train from Nanjing to my city instead of going from Shanghai to my city. Best decision ever, but because I had work on Monday, I had to make it a one day trip to make it back in time for work. If you are visiting Shanghai, I highly recommend stopping by Nanjing, a 1-2 hour train ride away from Shanghai.
5 THINGS TO DO IN NANJING
1. Fuzimiao District
Living in the countryside of China has its random perks. For example, I get to witness the hidden treasures city folks and tourists don’t really get to see in China– like a local amusement park tucked behind towers of apartments.